Related Program: The Record Could An Anti-Concussion Helmet Made In Seattle Save Football? By Bill Radke & Andy Hurst • Nov 19, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email The VICIS helmet is seen in a testing apparatus. Courtesy of VICIS Listen Listening... / 10:39 Bill Radke talks with neurosurgeon Dr. Samuel Browd about his company's anti-concussion football helmet. Browd is a neurosurgeon at Seattle Children's Hospital and co-founder of the company Vicis. Tags: lifesportsfootballhealthTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content A Syrian Refugee Family’s First Hours In Seattle By Liz Jones • Nov 12, 2015 KUOW Photo/Liz Jones Listen Listening... / 4:37 American Airlines flight number 1239 touched down at Sea-Tac Airport, and a family of Syrian refugees walked down the jet way and into a new life. They’re one of the first families to arrive in the Seattle area since the U.S. agreed to take in more Syrian refugees. The civil war in Syria has displaced more than 4 million people. Why Zookeepers Don't Want To Touch Seattle's Newborn Gorilla By Posey Gruener • Nov 20, 2015 Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren/Woodland Park Zoo Listen Listening... / 4:53 Zookeepers have noticed that Nadiri, a gorilla at the Woodland Park Zoo, has been restless at night and walking around more. For two weeks, they’ve watched her on closed-circuit television, waiting for signals that her baby is ready to arrive. The mysterious man Washington Democrats brought to power By Austin Jenkins • Nov 15, 2015 Riddell Williams Listen Listening... / 6:12 Bill Radke talks with Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about his investigative story into Washington state Auditor Troy Kelley. The story of Troy Kelley, Washington's state auditor, is stranger than fiction ... School Will Start Later For Many Seattle Teens By Ann Dornfeld • Nov 18, 2015 Joe Wolf/Flickr Photo (CC BY-ND 2.0) Listen Listening... / 1:32 A lot of Seattle teens can hit the snooze button next school year. The school board voted 6-1 Wednesday night to push back start times for middle and high schools.